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  3. Pastoral plea for forgiveness on groundbreaking Pentecostals visit
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  5. Greatest humanitarian crisis in 70 years: Rodríguez
  6. Communion ban routinely ignored, Tablet survey finds
  7. Push to educate voters to ensure credible election
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  9. Prince warns of loss of religious freedom
  10. Francis urges ‘haggard’ Europe to be revitalised by its roots
  11. New congregations planned as doors open to laity
  12. West ‘must share blame for IS’
  13. Prince says killing for faith is blasphemy
  14. Prelate speaks of Sunni ‘abuse’
  15. Kieran Conry fell from grace, tripped up by tradition
  16. Once we crusaded against Nestlé, now why not Amazon?
  17. Cardinal Nichols appointed first chancellor of St Mary’s University
  18. Church should show 'preferential option' for abuse victims – Martin
  19. Attack on civilians sheltering in CAR cathedral leaves 24 dead
  20. Pope and Mark Carney call for a more human economic system
  21. Pope: ‘No more loss of innocent lives’ as nun is mourned among MH17 dead
  22. Christians forced to flee Mosul on foot after death threat ultimatum from Islamists
  23. Pope Francis and WEA exchange apologies for Churches' past sins
  24. German bishops: Churches shared blame for Europe’s slide into war
  25. Nichols and Welby plead for end to 'self-defeating' Gaza 'carnage'
  26. Baroness Warsi: PM should consider Iraq intervention
  27. World 'faces greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II'
  28. Pell adds voice to chorus opposing Kasper’s reform efforts
  29. 'Obedient' Joe Biden salutes chastened nuns
  30. Pell’s successor vows to improve Church’s record on abuse
  31. Scotland's Catholic bishops salute ‘outstanding’ Alex Salmond
  32. Cardinal Müller vows to persevere with SSPX reconciliation
  33. Bishop Michael Scott-Joynt dies aged 71
  34. Cardinal Erdo suggests simplifying annulment process
  35. Iraqi archbishop calls for intensified military intervention
  36. Welby to share stage with global finance chiefs at IMF
  37. Vicar of Baghdad leaves Iraq on advice of Welby
  38. Vatican lawyer outlines possible reforms of annulment process
  39. Cafod launches appeal for Ebola prevention efforts
  40. Catholic and Anglican bishops urge recognition of independent Palestine
  41. Cardinal treats Breakfast Show to impromptu performance
  42. Bishop of Gloucester to face no police action over assault claims
  43. Vatican praises Brentwood lay group’s marriage support materials
  44. Appeal rejected of mother on death row accused of blasphemy
  45. Communion ban routinely ignored, Tablet survey finds
  46. Francis picks Brentwood priest for biblical commission
  47. Burke confirms he is to leave Vatican's top court
  48. Myanmar Church educates voters to ensure credible election
  49. Prince Charles warns of loss of religious freedom in West
  50. Francis attacks vanity of ‘peacock-like’ bishops
  51. Cafod to slash 50 jobs and look to volunteers after drop in income
  52. Pope creates body to get through 'backlog' of abuse cases
  53. WW1 soldiers honoured at Roehampton memorial
  54. Nichols and Anglican bishop pray for slain Pakistani couple
  55. Thank God for the EU, say bishops at Verdun
  56. Sydney’s new archbishop vows to clean up Church’s record on abuse
  57. CofE's General Synod rubberstamp women bishops legislation
  58. Body of priest found as police search for 43 Mexican students
  59. Pope: children have a right to a good mother and father
  60. Granada archbishop suspends 10 priests after Francis steps in
  61. Robert Sarah to lead Congregation for Worship
  62. Pope urges 'haggard' Europe to rediscover Christian roots
  63. Pope raises human rights concerns with Egyptian President
  64. Economist questions Francis’ ideas on helping the poor
  65. Prince Charles to visit Iraqi Catholics in London
  66. Two new congregations planned in Vatican
  67. Freedom of religion 'priority' for UK Government
  68. Syrian bishop sees deliberate efforts to empty region of Christians
  69. Nato members 'must share blame for IS atrocities'
  70. Cardinal Zen hands himself in to police to hasten end of protests
  71. Prince of Wales deplores jihadist beheading footage
  72. US nuns resisted Vatican investigation, admits inquiry head
  73. John Armitage named new rector of Walsingham shrine
  74. Church of England names its first woman bishop
  75. Prince of Wales: Muslims victims of fanatics’ ‘sacrilegious’ acts
  76. Iraqi prelate says his London church is treated with 'profound disrespect' by local youths